Revellers at the Isle of Wight Festival are making the most of the last blast of summer today before two inches of rain is expected to hit the country tomorrow, bringing flooding to end the weekend.
Temperatures will peak at around 75F (24C) today in the south west, with bright sunny spells expected in most of the country, according to Met Office forecasters.
Beach goers in the coastal town of Bournemouth flocked to the beaches to soak up the last rays of summer sunshine this afternoon with crowds of people strolling along the seafront.
However, a yellow weather warning is in place for Sunday with Britons in the east of England set to be battered by heavy rain and thundery showers in a 'relatively short time' which could potentially cause localised flooding.
The deluge is expected to bring up to two inches of rainfall, as The Met Office warns that it could lead to travel distruptions and delays to public transport after Saturday's good weather.
Isle of Wight Festival goers donned their glad rags wearing colourful flares and statement shirts in the 75F (24C) sunshine as they headed to day three of the festival at Seaclose Park in Newport on Saturday
Meanwhile, beach goers in the coastal town of Bournemouth flocked to the beaches to soak up the last rays of summer sunshine this